Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
Monovision, setting up one eye for near and one eye for far, is a very good idea with one catch: Before you have this done by the surgical implantation of a lens in your eye you should try it with contact lenses. If you use your other eye to focus on your subject, much like a hunter does when looking through a rifle scope, as you look through the view finder, you may not like this option.
Of course with digital cameras you may no longer hold the camera body up to your eye, in which case being able to see the camera screen without glasses may be a real plus.
Hi. Welcome to chat.
Something seems to be going wrong with the chat system....it keeps rebooting on my end.
I see that you are typing and that could mean a couple of things: 1. you are actually typing or, 2, the chat system has frozen up. I'll give it a few more minutes and if I've not seen anything from you I'll switch over to the Q&A system. That system works a lot like 'text messaging' but, unlike the chat system, it almost never freezes up. We can continue to work on your question there. :o)